New-State Tribune. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 16
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A number of protests against the
recent appointment of Dick M. Locke
of Antlers, Okla., as governor of the
hoctaw Nation have been received
trom members of the tribe, in which
I resident Taft is urged to call a spe
cal election for the election of a gov-
ernor. The matter was presented to
the secretary of the interior by Con-
J he senate Indian committee has
favorably reported out the McGuire
sage bill; the Ferris bill, providing
r a pro rating of $1,000,000 among
the members of the Kiowa-Comanche
am Apache Indian tribes in Western
Oklahoma, which also insures the set-
"ers in the “Big Pasture” another
for their f°' U,’°n 'he foment
or their farms and thQ bill provid-
ng for n $50 per capita payment to
rhiek90’000 ,nembers of Gie Choctaw
hickasaw, Cherokee, Creek and Semi-
In 6 U Wil1 re(iuire $4,500,000
to make the payment.
- - — or woi
wide reciprocity with such nations as
are willing to make tariff concessions
with the United States.
of e!i,?eyS E\J- and George Giddings,
last week^ying"’toGprevau' u r!o n 81 °" j------“ eirlB wno are making their
of the supreLUVSsrcwlS ar0U"d the "“‘"/nee*.
hers to issue an order holding up the
recent decision of the Oklahoma su-
preme court, whereby Swanson county
was ordered dissolved, until the court
could pass upon the question next
torn,, Abby, Tut,,; A. Fain,
ton; Ilal Bohringer, Blackburn- Sue
ye and Carrie Milholiand, two Okla-
homa City girls who are making their
wav arnnntl -------- ... b
I $$20,905.84; Choctaws, $2,178 374 53-
Hie population of cities in Oklaho-
ma made more rapid gains in the de-
cade from 1900 to 19io than those of
any other state of the union having
m that time increased 259.1 per cent,
the gain in rural communities also
leads the list of states, having in-
Of the total
T he public lands committee of the
house has favorably reported out the
i^fe" biU* to which Congressman
j ocott Ferris succeeded in getting an
.amendment providing for leave of ab-
fn1c„e10and no cultivation until April
i, 1J1J, for all homesteaders in the
Lawton, Guthrie and Woodward land
N. A. Huston has been reappointed
Wanker and Dr'- HuBh L- Scott- of ‘eads the list of stilt
land office.’ ““ reCelVer of the Guthrie creased 90.7 per cent. ..........
__ Population of Oklahoma 320,155 per-
Changes in fourth class nostmnsWc 'fu*18 liVe 'n th® cities and 1.537,000 in
for Oklahoma are announced aS foT! o^llTn. In 19°°’ the P^ulation
lows,- Blaine Haskell conn tv l I a" the clties was 89.148 and of the
t- 7 . asKe11 county, Perry country, 701 243
G Manaker vice C. C. Blair, removed; 1
Mutual, Woodward county, Hiram J
Vincent vice F. Hartle, resigned.
In a report just issued by the in-
terior department it is shown that on
July l last, there was $11,043,672.92
luHonati0r ?,°re has intro(il*ced a reso-
lution in the senate providing that
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Among the recent Oklahoma visitors 1 ondeUT’in^ti? T“ $11'°43'672-92
at the national capital were Lieutenant United States to n treasary of the
Ernest Stecker superintendent of the 1 m a St f, 1 the crpd,t of 90-802
Kiowa-Comanche ajencyAnadarkS ^ FiV® Civllized Tlibps-
Mr. and Mrs. F. A Todd anS son If th I n 0n deP°Sit t0 the crcdit
Muskogee; M. N. Klock, Muskoaee’ i t’horoljj.d*jld®d as f.olIows:
I he postoffice department has an-
nounced the establishment of the fol-
lowing rural mail delivery routes in
Oklahoma to commence October 2:
Bliss, Noble County, (Route No. 1).
Length 30.75 miles; families 102.
Curtis, Woodward County, (addition-
al service, Route No. 2). Length 29
miles; families 102.
Geary, Blaine County, (additional
service, Route No. 4). Length 29
miles; families 111.
Cherokee and Sulphur have been
designated as postal savings bank de-
State warrants are being returned
to owners for indorsement, a formal-
ity which has been neglected in many
Outdoor Gymnastics—Free Movements
Oklahoma’s Big Preparatory School and School of Continent
1 with all the higher institutions of learning in
the courses offeU by the State U„iveSwor the Hm "3?.,n thlS,?te Normals or for anf of
building endowment fund, faculty of28 university laWn’ 150'000 a“es for
Engllf1iSiT’'evS'Tn’X 'unive^PreJarato^ gt™* d,epartment was
track and swimming pool. Every buildi"Sin the Southwest Indoor
School Opens September 12, 1911. For Catalogue Address
LYNN GLOVER, President, Tonkawa, OidaW
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Haskell, Charles N. New-State Tribune. (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 10, 1911, newspaper, August 10, 1911; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc936670/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.